Boeing remakes itself for the Internet age to give carriers faster service, more advice
At the turn of the century, Boeing Commercial Airplanes immersed itself in the Internet to accelerate delivery of spare parts and distribute service bulletins. The millennium's dawn was topsy-turvy for airlines. Asian carriers were emerging from a prolonged slump. European governments were losing their appetite for propping up money-losing carriers against low-cost competitors. Most American carriers were still in denial about the need to reduce operating costs drastically. But ...
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